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Ag Market Commentary
- Cotton Closes Triple Digits Weaker
- Cotton closed near the intraday lows on Monday. Prices gave back 284 to 343 points on the day. For Dec contracts, that is the lowest settlement price since early August. News regarding a Chinese real estate developer dangerously close to defaulting left most commodity markets in the red. The Dollar...
- Hogs Start Week with Triple Digit Losses
- Front month lean hog futures closed off their early lows, but afternoon follow through left the board $0.75 to $1.32 in the red. At the low, December was down by more than $3. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base hog price for Monday was $2.16 lower to $79.32. The CME Lean...
- Wheats End Red with Risk Off Trading
- Monday started the trade week with broad selling across most markets, including some double digit losses for wheat. KC HRW futures were down the most on the day, giving back 1.35% to 1.82% with double digit losses through Sept ’22. CBT SRW prices ended the session 0.53% to 1.13% in...
- Beans Close 20 Cents Lower
- Risk off Monday left soybean futures 17 3/4 to 21 1/2 cents in the red at the bell. Product value declined. Soymeal futures also ended the session $2.00 to $2.40/ton weaker. Front month soybean oil prices closed with 137 to 139 point losses. NASS data showed 58% of soybeans were...
- Corn Market Ends Lower
- Corn prices were 1 1/4 to 5 1/2 cents lower going home. December prices ended the session 6 1/2 cents off the low as some shorts covered while waiting to see the Crop Progress numbers. The weekly Crop Progress report showed 93% of 2021/22 corn was dented as of 9/19....
- Cattle Complex Mixed at Monday Close
- Fat cattle futures firmed in the afternoon but still closed mostly weaker on Monday. December ’21 contracts gained 55 cents, while the rest of the complex was 2 to 7 cents weaker. Feeder cattle futures also bounced back in the afternoon, leading to Monday gains of 12 to 52 cents...